Personalized Visit Options
Campus tours are led by current Beloit students and generally take about one hour. Visitors may request a separate tour of the Hendricks Center for the Arts, which highlights music and dance. Tours leave from the Office of Admissions on the first floor of Middle College. They are offered most weekdays and select Saturday mornings.
Beloit classes are about dynamic discussions, collaboration, and engagement—on the part of both students and faculty. Let us know your academic interests and we’ll do our best to get you to a related class. Class visits are only available to seniors during the academic year.
Meet Beloit College community members
Come meet the people that make Beloit, well, Beloit! While you’re here, you can talk with faculty, coaches, and students. They’ll love telling you about all the opportunities Beloit has to offer. When you schedule your visit, let us know if you’d like to arrange a meeting.
A great way to learn more about Beloit College—and help us learn more about you—is an interview. At Beloit, the interview is more a conversation than an interrogation. We love to hear your goals, interests, experiences, and questions. Interviews are not required for admission, but are strongly encouraged.
Overnight stays (One week notice is requested)
If you’re a senior in high school or a transfer student, consider staying overnight with a student host in one of Beloit's residential halls. Students who plan to stay overnight on campus with a student host must complete the Beloit College Overnight Stay Agreement after requesting a campus visit. Overnight stays are offered on Sunday through Thursday evenings when classes are in session.